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Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)
by Dr. Charles Russell Severance
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We compare and contrast how Python lists and dictionaries are structured internally. How we use position to index lists and use keys to index dictionaries.
ESL Edgycation.org - TESOLcast
by Scott Shinall, Scott Duarte
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A discussion on when to use dictionaries in the classroom. When, Where and Why
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00:00 Introduction 00:35 This Month's Topics 01:00 Edit Custom Dictionaries 02:00 Word Example 02:34 Lotus Notes Example 03:19 Reminders 03:50 Notes Examples 06:11 Quick Tip 06:36 Ask-Leo Browsers 10:32 Feedback, Subscribe 11:38 End
Topics: business, computing, technology, podcast, learning
Membean Word Root Of the Day
by wrotd@membean.com (Membean WROTD)
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The Latin root word *dict* and its variant *dic* both mean 'say.' Some common English vocabulary words that come from this word root include [*dict*]ionary, contra[*dict*], and de[*dic*]ate. Perhaps the easiest way in which to remember this root is the word pre[*dict*]ion, for a pre[*dict*]ion is 'said' before something actually happens.
Language Fuel Podcast
by Joanna Smith
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Should you allow your language learners to use dictionaries in their assessments? Does it matter whether students use electronic dictionaries or apps, or a printed one, in book format? How much should a student rely on dictionaries? What dictionary skills should teachers teach their students? We discuss these questions today, and also let you know about some cool courses we’ve just finished at the Language Fuel Academy. Check them out at www.languagefuelacademy.com and if you are looking for...
RMIT Library
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The Library Orientation Series provides a guide for students on accessing information and services at the RMIT Library.
Dog Training Conversations
by Chad Mackin
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Michael discusses a recent Missouri appellate court case in which the court explained the importance of using dictionaries to interpret insurance policy language. You can download the case here . --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michaelyoungstl/message
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Project Gutenberg
by Ambrose Bierce
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Book from Project Gutenberg: The Devil's Dictionary
Topics: English language -- Semantics -- Humor, PS, Vocabulary -- Humor, English language -- Dictionaries...
Source: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/23080
IUMA (Internet Underground Music Archive) Collection
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One of the few human dictionaries in this town, listen to his utterly amazing word rhyme twists, a level above all, the man who makes words his own and twists words to tone. One word stands above all if I can remember it correctly it was something to the effect of beesheau, but I'm sure I spelled it wrong.
Topic: Toad Hall
IUMA (Internet Underground Music Archive) Collection
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He never sang the national anthem at a baseball game or won a talent contest at the county fair but Luke Adair does sing of a Living God that gives hope to a hopeless world, light to those who seek and a peace that dictionaries cannot define. Luke Adair's "The Closer I Get" CD is his life in song with and without his Saviour Jesus Christ.
Topic: Adair, Luke
Project Gutenberg
by Gideon Wurdz
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Book from Project Gutenberg: The Foolish Dictionary
Topics: Vocabulary -- Humor, American wit and humor, English language -- Dictionaries -- Humor, English...
Source: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/26462
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Duncan, Robert
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Second half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continued from 76p001.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and...
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Duncan, Robert
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First half of a lecture by Robert Duncan, entitled "Warp and woof." Discussion covers truth vs. fabrication, Homer, Ezra Pound, imagism and Plotinus, magic Neo-Platonism, Pound's usury, effects of personal experience on poetry, dictionaries, etymologies, Denise Levertov's fairy tale experience, revisions, Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, and Ginsberg and aboriginal poets. (Continues on 76p002.) Keywords: New American Poetry, San Francisco Renaissance, Aboriginal poets, magic and...
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Mullen, Harryette
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A Harryette Mullen lecture from the 2002 Naropa Summer Writing Program. Mullen discusses her interest in dictionaries, language and its reflection of human social dynamics. She also reads from and discusses an interview with her by Daniel Kane. They discuss the creation of her book Muse and Drudge, and discuss questions of race and gender in writing. She also touches on issues of language, colonization, identity, and writing tools such as Oulipo exercises.
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Justin Peters
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Biblical Hermeneutics - part 2 In this week's program we will continue our study into biblical hermeneutics. For those who may have missed the previous broadcast or for our news listeners, I will briefly summarize what we have already discussed and then move into some tools we need in our Bible study toolboxes. We will talk about Bible Atlases, Dictionaries, Concordances, Systematic Theologies and Commentaries and how these tools can aid and enrich our study of Scripture. The audio quality of...
Topics: Hermenuetics, Scripture, Bible Study, Theology
Happy Puppy Records
by Happy Puppy Records
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10 years ago, the Dictionaraoke.org site launched, created by the Snuggles Online collective, where people would take midi-versions of songs and create a 'vocal' for them by using the recorded words provided by online dictionaries (more about how it works here ). The project stalled around 2005, and while the website is still there, the files are not. Fudge contributed a version of the Manilow classic "Copacabana", which we are proud to have available online again in greater...
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Orangeburg church of Christ
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7/29/18 p.m. sermon Speaker: Justin P. Sivley The Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year for 2016 was "Post-Truth." This is a word that conveys the idea that facts do not really matter, and plays into the ideology of many who are skeptical of religious matters.  It is commonly asserted that truth is relative or that one cannot know truth.  But is this true? As we study apologetics, it is necessary that we first lay a groundwork for the existence of truth and the ability to know that...
Topics: Christianity, Bible, Apologetics, truth, religion, pluralism, atheism, skepticism, post-truth
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Benjamin B. Warfield
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LibriVox recording of The B. B. Warfield Collection, Volume 2 by Benjamin B. Warfield. Read in English by InTheDesert. Warfield wrote many articles for Bible dictionaries and encyclopedias on diverse subjects and managed to condense dense subjects into the limitations of a short article. This collection contains several articles on the resurrection of Jesus and Warfield's reflections on theological education from his experience as professor of theology and later principal of Princeton Seminary....
Topics: librivox, audiobooks
Free Music Archive
by The Spanish Donkey
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Any of the artists that form The Spanish Donkey (Jamie Saft, Joe Morris, Mike Pride) could create dictionaries of superlatives with praise their work has garnered.  But as a cohesive unit, they surge forward into a new thesaurus, as a dream trampling through the woods on the edges of evening.  Joe Morris’ melodic improv guitar lines sketching out space where Jamie Saft’s keyboards color in chromatic aberration nudged and prodded by Mike Pride’s outside of time drumming.  Three artists...
Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Spanish_Donkey/XYX/
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of The LibriVox Language Learning Collection Vol. 005 by Various. Read in Various Languages by LibriVox Volunteers This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, spanish, English, grammar, Hebrew, arabic, Hindustan, Persian, international...
Mirakelmusik
by Maurizio Bianchi
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"Mokushi" is the japanese translation of "apocalypse", and all the dictionaries give to it the meaning of "great catastrophe, total disaster, weighty calamity". Simply this is a common place, a cliché which we must demolish. In reality the root of the word "apocalypse" comes from the greek "apokàlypsis", which means "discovery, revealment", and on it we don't find simply a fatalistic message of world's destruction, but a discovery, a...
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Topic: noise, ambient, experimental, industrial, maurizio, bianchi, mokushi, mirakelmusik
Sermons & Religious Lectures
by Emil H. Rock
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The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a matter of historical record. Often the "facts surrounding the case" are mishandled, misinterpreted, and misunderstood by the "machine" of religious dogma and theological "skewing" of the facts. Especially the brutality and what he suffered at the hands of the Roman soldiers - more than forty hours of horrific torture and mutilation, the day and time of his crucifixion, the six hours he hung in agony on the tree (it was a...
Topics: Crucifixion, Resurrection, Cross of Jesus Christ, Three Days And Three Nights, Truth Versus...
Language Fuel Podcast
by Joanna Smith
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This week, we are reviewing a range of dictionaries! It’s a bit of a hot topic here in New Zealand at the moment, with our qualifications authority suggesting that language learners are allowed paper-based dictionaries, but not electronic ones, in exams. So language schools around the country are now forced to make sure they have some good quality paper-based dictionaries on hand for students to use. We look at three different types of dictionaries – bilingual dictionaries, English-English...
Test Tube
by Mother
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«Once again, Chris Komashko releases a compelling set of sonic options to cerebrate upon. According to most dictionaries, deprivation is the loss or absence of parts, powers, or things that are needed. Is the self a part? Is the self a power? Is the self needed? In any case, listening to "Self Deprivation", you will encounter the pleasant absence of melody, familiar chords and structures. This absence can make you reflect about things that are not longer present. Hence the expression...
Topics: Glitch, Abstract, IDM
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of the LibriVox Language Learning Collection, Vol. 004. This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for correct...
Topics: language learning, Latin, English, French, Esperanto, Chinese, English Grammar, Polychronicon,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Podcasts
by Jamie Diamond, Will Allen, James Brierton, and Friends
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A very special TechNight celebration. We’re turning 100 and five years old on the same night! To help us party, James Brierton and Jake Carter join Jamie Diamond and Will Allen along with some very special guests to make this Happy 100 an unforgettable one. We hope you enjoy it. This week… The end of Dictionaries –  http://yhoo.it/qi9bJp Google Instant Search –  http://nyti.ms/q6IFch New App Store Guidelines – Relaxed –  http://engt.co/nnKVGu Swiss researchers show off...
Topics: podcast, technight, radio, 100, google, search, dictionaries, swiss, wheelchair, decepticons, duke...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by W. S. B. Mathews
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LibriVox recording of A Popular History of the Art of Music, by W. S. B. Mathews. Read by Tony Oliva. Preface by W.S.B. Mathews: I have here endeavored to provide a readable account of the entire history of the art of music, within the compass of a single small volume, and to treat the luxuriant and many-sided later development with the particularity proportionate to its importance, and the greater interest appertaining to it from its proximity to the times of the reader. The range of the work...
Topics: History of music, librivox, audiobook
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
stadtgruen
by Various Artists
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Smacks of Indian Summer Satiety The Jollity of spring has been gone long ago and the exuberance of hot summer days has brought a plethora of thoughts and sensations to cope with. Suffering from a lack of interesting things to see, hear, or do, while beeing not in the mood of "doing nothing" we drift into a strange unbalanced mood coming from a very balanced situation: the autumnal equinox. And this transition from the active to the passive part of the year is accompanied by that...
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Topics: Ambient, Drone, Avantgarde
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of LibriVox Language Learning Collection Volume 002. This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for correct...
Topics: language, language learning, linguistics, aural, Spanish, Anglo-Saxon, Old English, Latin, French,...
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Spanish in a Minute!
by El Patio Spanish Language School
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a, be, ce (2 versions), (che, in older dictionaries), de, e, efe, ge, hache, i, jota, ca, ele, (elle, in older dictionaries), eme, ene, eñe, o, pe, cu, erre, ese, te, u, uve, uve doble, equis, i griega, zeta (2 versions).
Audiodidact - The Apiary
by Audiodidact
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Mary Roach's "Spook", Turing-complete brains, and the best dictionaries
Hacker Public Radio
by Dave Morriss
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Summary: Misunderstandings about English grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=2751 Original audio: http://archive.org/download/hpr2751/hpr2751_source.flac Battling with English - part 3 Some word confusions In this episode, the third of this series, I’m looking at some words that are sometimes used in the wrong places, often being confused one with another. These words are often particularly difficult to differentiate by people for whom English...
Topics: grammar, spelling, punctuation, word misuse, English
Joshing Around
by Josh Around
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Dictionaries, Documentaries, and Old Dogs --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joshingaround/support
Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)
by Dr. Charles Russell Severance
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We look at how we sort lists, dictionaries, and lists of tuples in Python.
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of LibriVox Language Learning Collection Volume 001. This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for correct...
Topics: LIbrivox, audiobook, languages, learning, grammar, Arabic, French, English, Anglo-saxon, Esperanto,...
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The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of the LibriVox Language Learning Collection, Vol. 003, by Various. This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for...
Topics: language learning, language course, grammar, lessons, linguistics, philology, international...
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LISTENING TRIAL stage2 提出ノート(英語リスニング教材 リスニングトライアル)
by 文英堂(BUN-EIDO)
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p.16 TRIAL 16 エクササイズ Today I'm going to talk about using electronic dictionaries and paper dictionaries to study English. Which do you prefer, an electronic dictionary or a paper dictionary? I know it is much easier and faster to use an electronic dictionary. But in my opinion, we should not use an electronic dictionary when we begin to learn English. Words are listed in alphabetical order in a paper dictionary, so we can learn the alphabet by using a paper dictionary. On the other...
Fishing with Dynamite: An Explosively Catholic Podcast
by Radioheart Media, LLC
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Where do all the words come from? In this episode, we build a fort of dictionaries, encyclopedias, and thesauruses, and go find out! 
SOS74
by Dwane D Jenkins
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Freestyle and I FreeWright I rap differently than most rappers I look at a lot of History Channel and read dictionaries then I will freestyle
Scenario Store News
by Sinister DreamCast Network
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Life is still pretty terrifying but there are good dictionaries and fun tweets and amazing cereals and THE HOT NEW MEME TREND TO SAVE 2016.
GLJ Podcast
by Guys Learning Japanese
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In this episode Nick and Derek discuss study methods, enjoying native content, charting progress, blogging, documenting milestones, keigo, dictionaries, males with effeminate diction, and setting goals.
BizIII
by Les Bain and Mike Hughes
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The Free Dictionary - thefreedictionary.com - has a number of dictionaries, including English, Medical, Legal, Financial and Computer. There is an audio pronunciation guide, a thesaurus, and some word games.
Resource-Based NLP (by Hitoshi Isahara) Abstract: At NICT, we develop widely-applicable and high-performance NLP technologies and linguistic resources, which we make available to public to facilitate the development of multilingual information processing technologies. As for linguistic resources, we have already published several large resources and aim to be one of the world-biggest NLP resource centers. We are working on the development of linguistic resources (corpora, dictionaries and other...
Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Hisami Suzuki, Hitoshi Isahara, Kiyotaka...
Beyond Reading the Bible
by Lindsay Kennedy and Randy McCracken
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An episode dedicated to introducing various tools that can help in Bible study. We discuss study Bibles, dictionaries, atlases, commentaries, and Bible software. Recommended Links Here are some resources that we recommend. This list is far from exhaustive. * Single volume dictionaries * IVP dictionaries * Bible background commentaries * Encountering the Old Testament series * Encountering the New Testament series * Exploring the Old Testament series * Exploring the New Testament series * Teach...
ENGLISH MOJO - Words and Power
by ENGLISH MOJO - Words and Power
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How can you learn new words? How are neologisms created? What are the origins of new word lists? English Mojo presents some of the recent additions to dictionaries, along with tips for increasing your vocabulary.
An Oral History of the Church
by Adam Christman and Jonathan McCormick
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The fifth episode of this volume focuses on dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and bibliographies. What are they, and what are their uses for research? Join us next time for a discussion of the Social Sciences and Historiography. 
On this episode: Linda addresses the “eponymous” mistake from episode 25 in order to alleviate her insomnia. The Oxford Dictionaries Online adds some new words, including wine o'clock and beer o'clock. Do you know what a “mickey of gin” is? Regions have come up with their own drinking terms, apparently. People love or love to hate the serial comma. JUST BE CONSISTENT. Most importantly, dolphins are having conversations.     Links: a...
Prototype podcast
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Today we're speaking with Abdullah Arif, who is the founder of multiple technology projects that focus on the Arabic language, including fonts, language processors, and dictionaries. He will tell us more about Arabic texting and the opportunities with it.
Python for Everybody (Audio/PY4E)
by Dr. Charles Russell Severance
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We look at how we can use dictionaries to count the frequencies of many things at the same time. We learn how the key and value are related in a dictionary and example the get method to retrieve values from a Python dictionary.
The Alligator Show
by The Alligator -- I Might Be a Croc, I Don't Know -- Show
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Are swamp spiders invading the SwamperNet? Does miming work in a podcast? What are dictionaries doing in the swamp? You'll have to load up and log on to find out! Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes , or at Blubrry .
Topics: Podcast, Alligator, Croc, Comedy, Humor, Improvisation, Stream of Consciousness, funny, absurd,...
The Joy Cardin Show
by The Joy Cardin Show
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Best Words of 2012 - Oxford American Dictionaries says the word of 2012 is "gif," Dictionary.com says the word of the year is "bluster"...what do you think? Joy Cardin speaks with a language expert about the best words of 2012.
Topics: Wisconsin Public Radio, The Joy Cardin Show
Podcasts
by Scapigliatura Magazine
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We're joined in the studio by Clara and the Great Goddamn! She plays some tunes for us and we also chat about rhyming dictionaries and playing with bar lines, the nuances of feminism, and the need for consent in BDSM.
Topics: chicago, clara and the great goddamn, music, ukelele
Origin of Words Podcast
by Lewis Sandler
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4 dictionaries choose 4 "Word of the Year" words for 2017 . Feminism (Merriam-Webster), Complicit (Dictionary.Com), Fake News (Collins), Youthquake (Oxford). Listen here why these words were chosen. Download or subscribe and Like if on Facebook. Thanks for listening.
Hacker Public Radio
by Dave Morriss
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Summary: Misunderstandings about English grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=2558 Original audio: http://archive.org/download/hpr2558/hpr2558_source.flac Battling with English - part 1 Introduction This is the first episode of a series about the English language. In it I want to look at some of the problems people (including myself) have with it. I plan to do several episodes and I want to keep them short. The English language is old and has...
Topics: grammar, spelling, punctuation, word misuse, English
Better Worlds
by Better Worlds
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Dustin ponders which LEGO game to buy. Matthew assumes that podcasts have redeeming virtue, possibly as an archival resource. Trevor doesn't believe in dictionaries. Against all odds, they announce their new podcast: Better Worlds, a fortnightly foray into geek culture across mediums.
Peter J Black
by Peter J Black
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This week I discussed with Spencer Howson on 612 ABC Brisbane, more technology terms added to the Oxford Dictionaries Online, Facebook updates its privacy policy … again, the good and the bad of ask.fm, and can social media swing votes in this election campaign?
Podcasts
by The Agreeable Brains
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Scott breaks some bad and gives his opinion of JPop stars. Chad explains how dictionaries work and follows the way of the warrior. We discuss First Person Shooters and go another round of Celebrity Mix Up (our apologies to Rachel McAdams and Rose McGowan)
Topics: Podcast, Crimson Alliance, Netflix, Superhero, Breaking Bad, Warrior Way, Dictionary, Red Dawn,...
BBC Sussex
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Topics: Radio Program, English dictionaries, Fast food, Cognitive psychology, Orthodox rabbinic roles and...
Entrepreneur Montgomery
by Entrepreneur Montgomery
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George Wilder is a great businessman that worked his way through school selling clothes during the year and dictionaries door to door during the summer. He ended up in Tuscaloosa, and through his friendships with those visiting for sporting events, realized opening a traditional clothing store in Montgomery was his next move.
BBC Radio Kent
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Topics: Radio Program, English dictionaries, Fast food, Cognitive psychology, Orthodox rabbinic roles and...
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German disco band Boney M gets the boogie going for Episode 9 of The Podcast With Shawn T. Rasputin, Rivers of Babylon, Happy Song, and Sunny demonstrate disco-mastery. Strap on your high-heels and whip out your German-English/English-German dictionaries and phrasebooks for a full episode of Boney M!!!
Topics: Boney M, disco, German, Rasputin, Rivers of Babylon, Sunny, Happy Song, 70s, 80s, Hi-NRG, Italo...
Fwonk
by Lie Craze
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Here it is, the second album of Berlin based electro pop artist Lie Craze, five years after the release of her positive reviewed debut album "Never Played With The Cool Kids" in 2009. Lie Craze's music has often been described as both catchy and honest, musically and lyrically. "Lyrics are very important to me. When I hear a catchy pop tune but the lyrics are just that same outworn sentence about love or la la la all the time I get really upset over the waste of a good...
Topics: techno, dance, electropop, electro, electronica, electronic, techno, dance, electropop, electro,...
Breakfast with the Beak
by Johnny Goodtimes and Doktor Heisenberg
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We rely on dictionaries to tell us which words count as real words. So how should we react when they decide to add bits of internet slang to the canon? Turns out we’re mostly in favor of it, and we have some really good arguments that we stole from other people. So don’t worry; your […]
In this episode of the Author Talks With Shaun Tabatt podcast, I interview Stephen M. Miller about the Illustrated Bible Dictionary (Barbour Publishing, 2013). About the Book: Here’s a Bible dictionary for people who hate Bible dictionaries: With its fast-paced writing and gorgeous pictures, you’ll wonder why more Bible reference books don’t read like a […]
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Milton and The Devils Party!!!!! Visit our official site (other homepage): www.miltondevilsparty.com Milton and The Devils Party make power-pop for thinking people. What else would you expect from a band founded by two English professors? But don't get your dictionaries out just yet. The Philadelphia based quartet has rock-n-roll roots, loves great pop songs and they know how to write them. As Jonathan Takiff of the Philadelphia Daily News wrote, Their lyrics have an edge, but the spirit of...
Topic: Milton
Podcasts
by The Current
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We revisit a conversation Matt Galloway had with British writer and language expert Eley Williams earlier this year. The conversation focused on Williams's new novel, The Liar's Dictionary, which explores fake words that are deliberately inserted in written works. Williams spoke to us about the power of defining words, from the perspective of a character who slips made-up words into dictionaries.
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We speak with British writer and language expert Eley Williams about her new novel, The Liar's Dictionary, which explores fake words that are deliberately inserted in written works. It raises questions about how language changes over time, and who gets to change it. Williams tells us more about the power of defining words, from the perspective of a character who slips made-up words into dictionaries.
Topic: Podcast
TNW Daily Dose
by TNW Daily Dose
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Google buildings in Silicon Valley affected by toxic substances left behind by computer chip makers http://tnw.to/c0VdR Google’s wearable computer Glass is iPhone compatible, aiming for 2013 release under $1,500 http://tnw.to/f0byP North Korea heeds Eric Schmidt’s comments, plans 3G mobile Web services – but only for foreigners http://tnw.to/a0VYy Oxford Dictionaries adds tweetable, dumbphone and FOSS to its latest editions http://tnw.to/r1Uy
Service Dog Diaries
by MJ Foery
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We have a special guest today, my boyfriend, and I quiz him on Service Dog Terms as well as dog terms! See how he does and what he thinks about doggos and puppers!  Have any suggestions? Want to chat? Follow us on www.instagram.com/captainservicedog and www.facebook.com/servicedogdiariespodcast/ We are always looking for handlers to be on our show!  Term dictionaries: http://pleasedontpetme.com/terminology.php https://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2017/08/01/doggolingo/
Popspotting
by Jen and Ryan
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No less than the leader of the free world has declared "The Wire" on HBO to be his favorite show. This series, which ran for five seasons, pretty much appears in most dictionaries next to the entry for "critically acclaimed." Written by author and one-time police reporter David Simon, "The Wire" explores every facet of urban life in Baltimore, from top-level civil servants to lost children on the streets.
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by Desert Island Discs: Archive 1981-1985
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Robert Burchfield, who has been Chief Editor of the Oxford English Dictionary since 1957, was born in New Zealand. After fighting in Italy during the war, he came to England to complete his education and stayed on to be a lecturer at Oxford University. In conversation with Roy Plomley, he talks about his career and discusses the many problems associated with compiling dictionaries.[Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs]
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Lifes L.A.W.G (Learning As We Go)
by Timothy Katterjohn
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The definition of love, and o do we have lot to learn, on this ep I talk about the dictionaries definition of love and my 2 different beliefs on what love is. This podcast is about leaning, so please send in any thing and everything on the topic or other wise! I wold love to hear from you! Love you my beautiful people, I look forward to having you next time on life's L.A.W.G
Neohuman
by Agah Bahari
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In the 41st episode of NEOHUMAN, Agah Bahari is chatting with Lee McIntyre. Lee is a Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and an Instructor in Ethics at Harvard Extension School. He is the author of series of book from The MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series, including his latest book, Post-Truth. They talk about a wide range of subjects, including definitions of truth and post-truth, the rise of Donald Trump, technology & social media,...
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by Breakfast with the Beak
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We rely on dictionaries to tell us which words count as real words. So how should we react when they decide to add bits of internet slang to the canon? Turns out we're mostly in favor of it, and we have some really good arguments that we stole from other people. So don't worry; your favorite words will survive the changes, old-timey slang will remain hilarious, and you can still order a mug featuring our cool new catchphrase.
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